Samara Women's Aid Center Needs Food: Food Runs Out Quickly

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Samara Women's Aid Center Needs Food: Food Runs Out Quickly
Samara Women's Aid Center Needs Food: Food Runs Out Quickly

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As it became known, the Samara center for helping women with children "You are not alone" appealed to concerned citizens with a request for help. The institution provides assistance to women with children in difficult situations. Those in need can live in the center for three months, they are provided with legal assistance, and get a job. In their Instagram account, the leaders of the center reported that at the moment there are 14 mothers and 23 children and urgently needed food. “Our center is open for women with children, who are in trouble and do not know what to do next, who stayed with their child on the street or ended up at the door of an orphanage and are about to let their baby out of their hands. Our main goal is to help children keep their families together. Today we are again asking for serious grocery help. Products are those that end very quickly,”the appeal says. State Duma deputy Alexander Khinshtein became interested in the situation. He replied on his Twitter account. “My assistants will come to the center. We will provide all the necessary assistance,”the deputy assured. The Ministry of Social, Demographic and Family Policy of the Samara Region commented on the situation. According to the press service, assistance to the center - payment of rent for premises and utilities - has been provided for 5 years and this year support will be provided. Also, thanks to the support of the ministry, two presidential grants were received, which the center used to provide legal advice to women. As for additional support, the issue will be considered, but the main income to the NPO is charitable contributions. Photo: FederalPress / Dmitry Barkov

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